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Evan S. Hunt -
Subject: There By Happenstance
Or, perhaps, Providence...frankly, i don't recall.
Yet I know I attended this show with my best friend Paul for his birthday on this date in 1949. It was the night he turned 18, and now, he was "responsible."
This was the Only GD show I ever attended with my best friend Paul. We were supposed to meet at Altamont where the Dead were scheduled to perform, but to move things along they deferred to the Bill Wyman hung-up Rolling Stones when he, on a shopping spree in downtown S.F., found himself without proverbial chopper and had to get to the concert thru a hard grind maelstrom of virtual Hail Mary's. Ah, but Nun The Less, he arrived and the Stones played, and prior to that eventuality, Jerry, Phil and the boys made the next chopper out -- Their coke already being pre-ground in anticipation of fuck up.
Alas, a nice concert here muchly truncated, but, frankly...I don't recall how it actually came down except I think there were more songs done that night.
So this is my tribute to my best friend Paul. Born on this date 62 years ago.
May ye rest in peace all.
Subject: what happened
Show isn't as "advertised" no in the pines[really wanted it,have it on cassette]but its no longer here[no card board or standing on the corner either. If anyone has this show with the missing songs please submit it or email me blingnseattle@yahoo
if it had in the pine I would have given it 5 stars
Subject: Grateful for gdlive.com
The downloadable SBD at the other site sounds really good - better than many later SBDs. Short, but good early stuff.
Subject: Where is this music from?
Deadbase lists the following set list for 7/17/66:
#I Know You Rider, Big Boss Man, Standing on the Corner, Beat it on Down the Line, In the Pines, Cardboard Cowboy, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Next time You See Me, He Was a Friend of Mine#
gdlive has this set (missing the first and last songs, which apparently do not circulate)
7/16/66 is also available from gdlive:
Viola Lee Blues, Don't Ease Me In, Pain in My Heart, Minglewood, Sittin' on top of the World, You Don't Have to Ask, Cold Rain and Snow, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, It's All Over Now Baby Blue.
Both are excellent. The selection here is a mystery to me.
Subject: heya, nice supplement
the cream puff war alone makes this worthwhile... and everything else is fucking breathtaking too... what a seething, muscular king bee...jerry's guitar tone is snarling and "horny"...god bless the gd and the archive...just do it, to go w/ what's on gdlive, a glooooorious supplement...
Subject: bought a bootleg of this
I'm not one for buying bootlegs, but I was Normal, Ill. and found a great CD titled "Standing on the Corner". Now that I have researched, I found that the guy I bought it from had put this show and the show on 7.16.66 together as one show,(and told me it was from the Avalon ballroom, too) both are great shows and a must for any dead fan. I will try to submit the 7.16.66 show if possible,and a complete version of this show too.
This get a 4 for not being complete, the audio is great for a 66 show though.
Subject: Great Show
Really Good show. If you want the whole thing go to GDlive.com. Also, if you were wondering this is the only time In The Pines was played but NOT the only time Cardboard Cowboy was played. Its also in the Scorpio Studio Outtakes on 6/1/66 but it's called Tastebud, and check out the PNE Garden Auditorium show on 7/29/66. Definitly download this show and the show on the 16th.
Subject: I got more!
I have the whole show except the last song, "He was a friend of mine"; also the previous day's show. I got 'em from GDLive.com I reckon both are great considering they are from 1966 and are "short" Fillmore sets. Only time played for "In the pines" & Cardboard cowboy"?
Subject: july 17 1966
Not a bad early set if a bit short. Would like to hear more.
Subject: july 17 1966
does anyone have a complete recording of this show? I want to hear In The Pines.